To book, just email firstname.lastname@example.org stating which event you’d like to attend, and any specific dietary requirements, if applicable. Please pay on the day/night, Bristol Pounds and txt2pay are also accepted. Children welcome at all daytime events. Feel free to bring your own drinks.
Sicilian wine dinner with Grape & Grind, Sat 18th April, 7.30pm, £45 per person for 5 courses of Sicilian-inspired dishes with wines to match each course.
Taking bookings at Grape & Grind now. £15 per person deposit to be paid to Grape & Grind on booking, followed by the remaining £30 per person to be paid on the night.
The menu will look something like this;
Wild garlic & Pecorino arancini
Pasta with sardines, sultanas & pine nuts
Kid goat slow roasted with anchovy, rosemary & lemon, served with polenta & caponata
Ricotta & pistachio cannoles, lemon granita
Coffee & almond biscotti
NB. I’m happy to provide menu alternatives for those with specific dietary requirements, please notify us when booking.
A confirmation email with the address etc. will be sent out once the deposit is paid.
You’re welcome to bring along other drinks if you wish.
Darren will be on hand to tell you a little about each wine, and why he chose them, on the night but please contact him at Grape & Grind if you would like to know any more details, or to book your place.
101 Gloucester road, Bristol, BS7 8AT
Tel.: 0117 9248718
Bishopston Preserves tasting at Plenty grocery store. I’ll be at Plenty grocery store on St. Nicholas Street on Wednesday 6th May, 10am-2pm, selling my homemade preserves. Feel free to pop in to taste some samples.
Wai Yee Hong #dumplingfest
Saturday, 9th of May Jo Chow of Wai Yee Hong Chinese supermarket & myself will be demonstrating how easy it is to make Chinese dumplings, as part of the Bristol Food Connections festival.
We will be hosting a half day dumpling workshop at Bishopston Supper Club HQ for £30 per head on Saturday 9th May 2015, from 2pm-5pm. Attendees will learn how to fold jiaozi and wontons, have a taste of cooked pot-stickers and wonton soup, and will get to take away their own dumplings and wontons to cook at home as well as a goody-bag of ingredients from Wai Yee Hong.
Jo, of Wai Yee Hong, says: “We’re delighted to be teaming together with the fantastic Bishopston Supper club to provide this dumpling workshop. Bristol has a vibrant food scene, and we are excited to show people how fun it can be to make dumplings at home!”
To book your place on the workshop, please visit the Wai Yee Hong website and purchase your place online: http://shop.waiyeehong.com/gifts/dumpling-workshop
The workshop costs £30 per person, and is limited to 12 attendees. The recommended minimum age for this workshop is 8 years old.
Next supper will be on Saturday, 23rd May, 7.30pm, £30 per person. Menu to follow. Taking bookings now.
To be added to the mailing list for future events, enquiries, private bookings, cookery lessons, gift vouchers or to reserve places, please email email@example.com.
Please notify me of any specific dietary requirements when booking, thanks.
Vegetarian, vegan and gluten-, dairy- or nut-free options are always available.
I accept Bristol Pounds and txt2pay £B (BishopstonSC)
Various homemade produce, cakes etc. are available to order from BSC HQ, please email for details. A selection of my homemade preserves are also available to buy directly from me, Plenty Grocery Store, Gardners Patch, Joe’s Bakery & PR Stokes Croft.
My events are held in my Bishopston home, just off Gloucester Rd by the cricket ground and St. Andrews park. The address, menu and details will be sent out to booked guests a few days before each event. Please respect my home, and my neighbours by leaving quietly. Please pay on the day/night in cash or Bristol Pounds/text 2 pay, envelopes will be provided.
For parties of 8 or more, or for private events, a deposit will be required to secure the booking.
Please notify me if you can no longer make it at least 48hrs prior to any event booked, last minute cancellations will incur a 50% cancellation fee.
For more info about Bishopston Supper Club, and reviews, read on…
About the Bishopston Supper Club
I’ve always enjoyed cooking for others and entertaining guests at home, in my own relaxed and informal way. For me, food is a great way to communicate and express oneself. After starting a ‘Come dine with me’ style supper club where the hosting was shared between the members of the group, I decided I wanted to host more dinners myself. The guests would then not have to reciprocate but contribute a suggested donation towards the cost of ingredients (£30 per person is recommended for 5-7 courses, which is great value compared to a restaurant, especially when you bring your own drinks). I aim to use seasonal, locally & ethically sourced produce to create homely, simple classics with a pinch of my own personality thrown in. Everything (as much as possible) is homemade, including the bread, and some produce is even homegrown. It is a refreshing change from working in a professional kitchen (I’ve been a professional chef for 17 years) and I love every minute. My guests all sit together so it’s very informal and friendly, great for meeting new people. Guests bring their own drinks, an open mind, and leave their donation in cash in envelopes which I provide at the end of the meal. There is no dress code. Those who are booked in will receive an email a few days before the event containing details such as the address and menu. My style of cooking is rustic and flavourful, mainly classic British & French inspired cuisine. The events are run at a leisurely pace, I usually only do one sitting. I do all the cooking and serving myself, I have an assistant on hand on the day to help with washing up etc. Please note my events are an alternative dining experience, I don’t put on entertainment or guide social interaction. Please prepare to be sociable and entertain yourselves while I feed you delicious food!
Relax and enjoy!
NB. BSC HQ is a registered food business, I have a 5 star food hygiene rating, level 3 food safety & first aid certs., and public liability insurance. Probably one of the safest places to eat in Bristol ;-)
Here’s my business listed on the national food hygiene ratings site:
(Photo by Jed Alder)
Evening Post – 2011: Very proud to be one of Mark Taylor’s Food Highlights of the year! http://www.thisisbristol.co.uk/Food-2011-Highlights-year/story-14267624-detail/story.html
I offer gift vouchers for the Supper Club or Cookery Lessons for Christmas/birthday/anniversary/Valentines presents £30 each. Available from me, or Grape & Grind on Gloucester Road.
I also sell my homemade preserves and make cakes etc. to order.
I am available for private catering, and private or group cookery lessons, please email to enquire or book. More details on the Cookery Workshops and Private Bookings pages.
(Photos by Jed Alder)
To keep up to date with the latest news follow me on twitter (@restingchef & @BishopstonSC), ‘like’ the supper club facebook page (@restingchef on Instagram) or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
(Photo by Jed Alder)
NB. I am happy to supply vegetarian/vegan/gluten-free alternatives, or adapt the menu to accommodate specific dietary requirements, please ask in advance.
Supper for strangers – Bishopston Supper Club featured in the Bristol Evening Post and Metro http://t.co/YzrQIWk.
Bristol Bites’ Review – Second Bishopston Supper Club – January 14th 2011 « Bristol Bites Blog
(Photo by Rich Stapleton)
“Best truffles ever!” – Xanthe Clay
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